Gray Morrow produced three full issues of Gilberton's long-running CLASSICS ILLUSTRATED in the very early sixties along with some illustrations in a number of their special issues. The problem is that his work for Gilberton fell into the typical style of the company...dull. Here we have four examples of full pages from the 1961 adaptation of Jules Verne's MASTER OF THE WORLD. Outside of the splash page (which, to me, looks like the pulp character, the Avenger), it's dull and lifeless, not words usually associated with Gray's work! And these were the best drawn pages I could find! Perfectly serviceable, mind you, and probably better than most of what was on the stands in 1961 but hardly as colorful and as exciting as the novel would seem to require, nor as colorful and exciting as nearly all of Gray's other work.